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into the 70s. 72 in medford, oregon. we will be a little cooler in san francisco, where a couple of showers are possible today. should hold us in the 60s out that way. can you see there's a line of rain basically from minnesota to eastern texas. there is a chance that we could see some stronger thunderstorms today, especially eastern oklahoma, moving into arkansas, and eventually louisiana. that will continue to move through the gulf coast region, as we make it into easter sunday. the northeast, though, does look nice and sunny. temperatures pleasant, too. we should top out today in the upper 50s in the northeast. that rain is going to be light for the most part across northern minnesota, but heavier rain is going to move into the tennessee river valley, through the day today, it will start to move eastward for easter sunday. and the rain in the northeast really won't make it in here until late in the day on sunday but we could see some pockets of steadier rain and some thunderstorms on easter down across the gulf coast. thomas? >> dylan, thanks. >>> 35 educators are now facing charges in a
francisco chronicle reports a painting of the pied piper of hamlin that's been hanging in san francisco's palace hotel bar for 103 years has been removed. it is an original work of noted american painter maxfield parish. it was taken down yesterday because the hotel's owners say it's too valuable. the hotel says the paint something worth up to about $5 million so it will be sold now at auction. >>> right now president obama is en route back home to washington and already before he touches down on american soil, the appraisal game begins. how did he do in his first trip to israel? it seems he won plenty of style points. in today's "washington post" dana milbank writes obama didn't accomplish uch of substance, no obvious progress towards talks, no new ground on deterring iran's nuclear program or syria's chemical weapons, but the israelis who had been suspicious of obama's commitment to the jewish state were delighted by the attention. he had us at shalom was the headline in on an analysis in the jerusalem post. frf tel aviv nbc news correspondent martin fletcher. good day to you both. >>
than a year ago. in san francisco, about 18.5% more and las vegas, up about 18%. >>> now for the best jobs for 2013, a dentist has the best job. a median salary of about $140,000 and in high demand are just two of the reasons. registered nurses ranking second followed by pharmacist. all in health care. being a professional golfer would be nice and for tiger woods it's getting better. woods could return to the number one ranking if he wins the final round today at the arnold palmer invitational. >> a long time ago this little bear was alive because she listened to her father. >> "the croods" is on its way to win at the box office. what are you doing? licking the cream off these oreo cookies. that's stupid. you're wasting the best part. shuh, says the man without a helicopter. wait, don't go! [ male announcer ] choose your side at oreo.com. the day building a play set begins with a surprise twinge of back pain... and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ [ construction sounds ] ♪ [ watch ticking ] [ engine revs ] come
valley protein bars. >>> one big headline on the west coast splashed on the san francisco chronicle front page. bridge artwork dazzles but novelty fades. the lights were turned on using 25,000 little white bulbs. they call it as thin as the individual units for which it is assembled. as the housing market rebounds, the number of homes sold declined. leading today's number one money magazine names cleveland the best place to buy a foreclosed home. they shot up last year according to a year ago. you may think hollywood is the best place to make a movie. austin, texas gets top movie making. new york second followed by seattle, los angeles and portland. >> you are really going to do this? >> how hard can it be to kill a witch? >> hard. very, very hard to kill a wicked witch. >> disney may not find gold, but "oz" is expected to take the tops with around $75 billion. harlem shake. they are the number ones on "weekends with alex witt." you can play it, christian. play it up. ♪ clumps. [ gasps ] meet new covergirl clump crusher. big volume mascara with a brush designed to crush. 200% more volum
mean, escalation clauses of major urban areas, d.c., new york, et cetera, et cetera, san francisco. the question is what's happening in the middle of the country in the pockets where it was hit hardest and worst and quickest? and so american businesses are doing fabulously. stock market never been higher. all across the board we are doctor every indicator is showing that we are doing better. the question is what about the workers? >> well, yeah. that's a big question. we have the unemployment numbers that were up. a couple hundred and change this last month. do you think it's being felt as a positive uptick turnaround beyond wall street? >> it could be. it's an unusual place, believe it or not. it's in city and state governments because with a strong stock market, the pension process, the pension funds are much more stronger and the cities and states have to contribute a lot less. so they have more money to maybe hire back some of the people they've had to lay off in that time. because that's where most of the jobs were lost was in the public sector. >> elise, do you think lawmaker
between 4 and $6 trillion. the san francisco chronicle has this headline, big numbers of fish return to west coast. the report says once devastated fish stock seem to be growing rapidly off california's coast. this is welcome news to the state's long beleaguered commercial fishing industry. >>> to politics now where lawmakers in congress are enjoying two weeks off. when they return to washington, they'll have big issues to tackle with bills expect d to introduced for gun control and immigration reform. lauren fox and david nakamura for the "washington post." i want to start with you, it was 32 years ago today that ronald reagan almost lost his life. using that as an argument for gun control now. what's their play? >> the united network of rational americans released an ad trumpeting ronald reagan support of background checks. this is something steeped in controversy in the senate. when they return back they are going to take up the vote, only there are a lot of republicans who have said they are going to filibuster this effort and don't support this effort and worried about the recor
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